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of san francisco's close to gasey. we are talking beach blanket babylon. okay. when steve silver created this ir reverent organic day we celebrate this for 40 years. good to have you here. 40 years? all right. you were married to steve, he has passed on. do you remember the first time you saw this show? >> i do. i remember like yesterday. it was 1982 when he was opening up beach blanket babylon and of course i had seen every broadway show and i had not a clue of what this was. but i realized it was going to be the most amazing show i had seen in my life. i got up and wrote steve silver this four page fan letter. i thought he was this little old man. then i said this was my best friend, meaning steve. i thought he was this little old man. i wrote this amazing letter. thank god it was the wrong letter and it came back. my husband said do you really want to send this? i reread it and ripped it up. i was gushing. i had never seen anything like this. it was the most amazing and brilliant and i went on an on. steve began in a dinner. i said, that little old man from beach blanket is sitting ri
beauty and harshness. schwartz: if you like a thrill, it's easy to fall for new zealand. steve latham: "kiwis love to bring people over here, show them their environment and try to scare... scare people to death while they're here" (laughs). ♪ schwartz: tour guide steve latham loves adventure. he's made a life out of it. steve latham: "i basically just left home when i was 17 and started hitchhiking around the country. learnt a lot about new zealand while i was doing that, then wanted to carry on with that and somehow make a living out of just being a new zealander, showing people how beautiful it was". schwartz: but new zealand has beauty with bite. too often in recent years, adventure has turned to deadly misadventure. queenslander, scott ashcroft is hoping that won't happen today. steve latham: "it's a very special day today isn't it? why is it a very special day? whose birthday is it? scotty's birthday! and one thing about scotty is that he's scared of heights - so as a birthday present we are going to throw him off a 134 metre bridge. what do we think of that idea?" tourists: (
] >> that's what i'm talking about! >> whoo! >> steve wynn is the man with the midas touch who added glamour to the gambling industry. >> if you're gonna start a gambling joint, start a gambling joint. >> he transformed las vegas into an international tourist spot, but the odds haven't changed. >> the only way to win in a casino... >> is to own one. >> own one. >> unless you're very lucky. [stopwatch ticking] >> internet gaming is illegal in the united states and absolutely thriving. >> yes! >> right now, as you watch this story, 70,000 people are gambling on party poker, and that's just one site. >> there will be more online poker games per day at the end of this year than all of the casinos in the entire world put together. >> welcome to 60 minutes on cnbc. i'm steve kroft. by some estimates, gambling in this country is a nearly $100-billion industry. it attracts everyone from flamboyant businessmen to nefarious conmen. while the odds are heavily stacked against them, for millions of americans, gambling remains enormously popular, even in these hard economic times. in this episode, charlie
. i'm david asman. welcome to "forbes on fox." steve forbes, rich karlgaard, sabrina schaefer, rick unger, steve. can we trust these folks? >> no. trying to reinstate the program now is a nightmare. it will not be more a few months. it will be several years in the future. this is a fix to get through the next election. it will be a big mess and it will get bigger. this is collapsing on its own. >> rick, how do you trust people who have broken so many promises? >> not a good week to be a defender of the house, is it? >> the reality is whether you can trust them or not, that is not the issue as the perception. right now, americans are not trusting the administration. in politics, however, things change. something will happen next. if they do the right thing and they handle it well, they will dig out of it. if they don't, he has a big problem. face it. >> he does. emac, specifically one promise that he made, when apparently he had information that contradicted that promis july 2010, a report was out that 4 to 67% of individual policies would be canceled. i.r.s. report, obamacare report
to the microphone and give a big applause to all our brian's. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> well, thank you steven e steve i'm not sure though how to respond to this picture. i want to commit all brian's on their names. i'm honored to think here. i've been sobered with this project throughout any 18 years as a staff person in the state senate and more recently in the brown administration for the past 15 months. i'll say over the 18 years this project has had an effect on me. it's had time to inspire me and frustrate me and today having seen the final project it expresses me. there are thousands of men and women who gave much of themselves to see this project accomplished. it's their work and their resolve and their friendship that i want to spend a moment honoring. first optimistic continue in day you can't let a moment pass without honoring the men and women in the labor community who did the work. i want to acknowledge all of them (clapping) secondly i know owe loves to be acknowledged. the second brian has given me so much guidance i've got to tip my hat to dr. brian ma iron (clapping) dr. ma iron is ent
. >> reporter: of course it does. steve, you're one of the organizers. how important is it to donate this or anything? >> whether you have a coat that's like $4000 or you have a maybe $40, when you're out on the street, they both keep you warm. >> reporter: that's what it's about. we know it gets so cold out here on the streets. that's what it's all about, trying to keep people warm. make sure you dig through your closets. bring it on down and donate at walnut creek or san jose, with maureen. >> reporter: wille be here another hour, if you want to donate, santa in a row under the big christmas tree. we have a little ways to go if we want to compete with walnut creek. organizers say they need coats for the little ones as well, babies, toddlers, children. we have our girl scott models holding them up, all the way to adults. we've seen leather coats, fur coats, raincoats, right in the heart of santana row. the key, we've even had actually brand-new coats with tags donated today. the generosity has been really impressive on this day after thanksgiving. we had even some who brought multip
extraordinaire. the project manager is tim. just one the principle managers is steve (clapping) and i will read off for you names who are heavily involved in the construction effort and i'll ask them to stand. they're here every weekend. (calling names) (clapping) if you four could please stand up (clapping) >> those individuals are only a small representation of the amount of effort that went in and the others and i thank them all. i have an enormous amount of respect and others who made a significant contribution. i want to thank other and my cohorts on other committee. and one other person there are a group of people i have to thank is the california highway patrol. we couldn't have done this without them (clapping) >> commissioner farrell from top to bottom and skill that we couldn't have done without and i thank you. again personally. i'll name two otherville's the pier review panel we enlisted to help guide us to make sure we were making the best decisions and two of those individuals are here (calling names) i'm eternally grateful to you two (clapping) >> and to the people of the bay
premium strikeare coming for all? let's go in focus with steve forbes, rich karlgaard, morgan brennan, john tandy,. are they coming? >> young people think they're immortal. they won't sign up unless they need it or have mental health problems. of course they are going up. if they don't go up you are getting less or going to a different network. >> rick, it's expensi to sign up. >> this is premature, don't you think? we know younger people tend to do things at the last minute. i don't know what laughed but that is a silly thing to laugh at. it's nothing new. we know about the younger people. let's wait and see, let's wait and see -- stunning. if we're laughing at logic, why are we bothering to have a conversation. you must not have had kids. more importaly, i want to talk about the reassurance pool that people don't know is there. we have a reassurance pool so if numbers don't work out this year there is something to fall back on, so we'll keep any increases fo the next three years down. >> mike, we are laughing because yes, we know young people, and you can cry or laugh. you haveour c
was able to climb el capit ark in. >> reporter: steve loffler admit he is seems like he needs a lot of help. >> 99% of the time, people say i need help. i beg to diver. >> reporter: it's easy to see he has always done what he's set his mind fop he graduated from u.k. davis, he's married with two great kids, and started his own foundation. >> i don't ever let anything stop me from.pro anything. >> reporter: steve set his mind to doing something absurd. he decided to dliem the 220 foot route up el capitain, and make a movie called loffler's ascent. and he is not a climber, he has a fear of height, and has see reach ball palsy. a good climber can go about 200 feet in app 2 days. >> -- can get up in 2 days. >> how far did you get on the first day? >> 400 feet. >> on the 4th day, it got more challenging. >> e. >> i was almost passing out, i was dehydrating, and more. >> reporter: but he had to finish, because he had made a promise. >> i wad was doing this for some kids. i couldn't get quit. >> reporter: he take kid into the wilderness to show them what's possible in their lives. on day 6, steve
70s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. for the most part our commute is starting off well as we look at the interstate 80 commute. right to the bay bridge toll plaza. it is nice and light and there are no major problems there. we have a problem in the south bay. i want to put it on the map here. we have a hard closure because of a fatal accident. a sig alert has been issued. let's go to janine de la vega who is live at the scene on the freeway here. j phone. >> yes, i'men the right hand shoulder of the northbound lanes of 680 where only one lane is open. two lanes are closed so that chp can conduct their investigation of this fatal accident that has happened that left as construction worker dead. his coworker is injured and another man has serious injuries. the chp just told us told us two construction worker were working on the shoulder they were hit by a silver knee son. what they were doing is moving one of those road work ahead signs. the gentleman that passed away he was pinned against his own work truck. he is also a contacted worker. the driver of that silver nissan is at
of fortune 500 companies with you name? bill gates, not for more than a decade. i know you want to say steve jobs, but you can't. jamie dimon, okay, you win. i know you can probably name a lot of big public companies especially if you have any sort of investments in them, but these matter companies matter. they make products you buy and employ people. a lot of them. exhibit a, microsoft is about to get a ceo, only the third one in its 38-year history. you know the first guy. you probably know the second, steve balmer. but who is going to be the third ceo of microsoft? here are three men of five who have made it to the short list since microsoft board began looking for a replacement for steve balmer. just last night they broke the exclusive details for the final short list. she joins me now. thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> why do we care about microsoft and who the ceo is? >> we care because microsoft is one of the largest technology companies out there. they have a shareholder activist that is looking to get a board seat. steve balmer, bill gates, and microsoft is al
. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. i just heard about a crash reported eastbound on 580. another crash in that location. we are trying to get to the bottom of that. let's take a look at the bay bridge. a lot of fog as steve mentioned. some of that thick fog here. the traffic will be moving well but you should give yourself a little extra time. san mateo bridge the traffic there is going to be okay. the fog kind of plays tricks with our cameras. kind of a cool shot but the traffic is looking good. if you are driving on 880 southbound near the san mateo bridge let's say approaching 92 its also off to a good start. let's go back to the desk. >>> we begin with developing news in contra costa county. a body has been found behind the antioch police station. this is live picture of the commercial area there. we are told that it was a deadly crash involving an suv. now it happened just before 2:30 this morning. video shows the roof in front of the vehicle completely sheered off as the vehicle crashed into a cargo trailer. the fire department says the coroner's office is handling this cas
tavis: good evening from los angeles. tonight come a conversation with grammy-winning singer steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of semicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did to this before the record even drive. >> last year. it was this semi-con -- it was the sammy kohn centennial. he was a great writer. nominatedll, he was 27 times for the academy awards, which is unbelievable. people wouldthat ask him what comes first, the music or the lyrics? he would say the phone call. [laughter] that is where he got his inspiration. five golden globes, just an amazing lyricist. year.xtending that this i
and designed this bridge before also want to thank steve because we've grown accustomed to a assuring voice positive face on this promise and i just want to say thank you steve because you helped all of us think as a bay area not just as an individual cities and counties. thank you to steve (clapping) aqua net and i rode over the oops way on the new span and marveled at being able to do that. perhaps the only time in our lifetime expect if you're in the custody of the highway patrol. in 193 of the east and west came together to celebrate this largest bridge of its time. and i know while it took a while today wire once again coming together to celebrate this innovative design we know will be an icon around the world. thank you, mayor brown for your push for a that iconic design the the idea of opening at night will see the splendor light. because we shouldn't just have a bridge we should have a symbol of resilience, of accomplishment of honor to all the men and women who participated in this and that's what we'll have for generations to come. navigate one thousand 5 hundred years to come. th
. joining me now are msnbc political analyst steve schmidt, senior adviser on the mccain '08 campaign and joy reid, nbc contributor. this latest video about him wanting to send president obama as he puts it back to kenya was pulled out today. it's been around. they highlighted it. and then the senator put out a statement saying he doesn't -- his father doesn't speak for him. >> it's so precious when the guy whose son was born in canada does birther jokes. that's adorable. it highlights without the media officially there kind of the way conservatives are talking amongst themselves. and that really is the problem. the problem is even with the 47% video, this was mitt romney being asked by somebody in the audience how can we get those moochers to stop taking our tax money and living on the dole. he answered that question with 47%. the conversations taking place inside the conservative base shows ugliness outwardly. >> steve schmidt, the other thing in that video is a strong sense of superiority. we are superior people to the other people we're talking about, be it the president of the un
me in welcoming my chair amy worth (clapping) >> thank you, very much. steve i'm honored to be here to welcome i all and to say what a great a day and congratulations to everyone. it really is a glorious day. being around the eastern span one of the things you may have noticed it that construction is not an old boy's club anymore. it's something that video news man mark john noticed when he was documenting the bridge. so he's done more than 20 oral histories. and he comprised a short video precisely some of the women who have transcribed to the ante span. please join me >> i work in san francisco my mother worked on the new bridge and my brother. my mom worked on the first and second phase with me for another one of the contractors that were out here. and my grandfather worked on the original span but it's been fun. >> it's one of those projects that's come in a lifetime. >> it's seeing it take a look take shape. when i finish our work you see something >> i work for the superintendent of the project. so no days even the same. it's interesting like i said in high school i'm going
patterns, a little bit warmer some upper 60s, a few low 70s, here is sal. >> steve good morning. we are looking at a commute that looks pretty good so far on this tuesday, traffic patterns will be different and we usually don't have a lot of the traffic at 4:30 a.m. but we will be watching it for you, we do have a crash between dahly city and brisbane and the sheriff and fire department are on their way to look at that but the car is overturned. and westbound 72 as you head out to the high-rise that traffic is moving nicely on to 101. 508 westbound coming into livermore valley, we are looking good at 580 to livermore valley. let's go back to the desk. >>> be prepared for delays and cancellations if you are planning on traveling. a powerful storm system which started in the bay area is expected to arrive in the mid- atlantic states today and move into the northeast. the storm is being blamed for at least a dozen deaths. coming up at 4:45 we will come up with an update and let you know why things are only expected to get worse. >>> more than half a dozen people were braisenly shot nea
's face it, overall, temperatures today, mid-60s, here is sal. >>> steve, good morning, right now traffic is going to be doing well around the bay area and as a matter of fact we don't have a lot to go on but we will be watching the traffic. today traffic patterns will be slightly different as you drive through the area and it will not be so much of a commute it will be people just trying to get away from the area and we will be looking at 101 in san francisco and traffic is moving along as we drive through. as we look at the commute in livermore there are no problems, still light and it is nice and early and so we'll see what happens. today will not be a typical commute dated. let's go back to the desk. >>> we begin with breaking news, firefighters are trapped in an early morning apartment fire and we will could to tara moriarty with the latest. >>> on briggs avenue, not only did you see behind me a couple much flames, they are trying to get out there but tenants are already pointing the finger at a man they say started it but this fire broke out around 245 this morning and it had been g
but certainly not at least. steve. where's steve come here. (clapping.) >> steve (laughter) hose our official turkey. thank you, steve >> and now as they receive offering my goodness that's a huge turkey up here. our guest of honor including the honorable mayor mayor ed lee. and chef greg sir, from the explained and the police department and the san francisco fire department and the chief john an and her command staff. yeah. (clapping.) and san francisco fire department translucent bob. (clapping.) self-depth and the san francisco fire station two. (clapping.) >> and far out numbering us in this room is our future. the city college of fire, science technology class. led by bill long (clapping) they get the award for the most officials that showed up. and an official applause for those people who have transcribed from the aaa. trayvon. also aaa robert brown (clapping) michael sawyer and san francisco food bank food resource coordinator pamela. (clapping.) >> keep on working here. can you all that's good. now before we gets all you a greasy and messed up here and the four please chefs and ou
. it hurts me to see what steve ross, the owner of the miami dolphins have done to the team. i cannot imagine that this would have ever gone on in a don schuler locker room. i say to steve ross, the owner of the dolphins, you are the one who needs to man up and go into the locker room and explain the buck stops with you. set the standards, set the tone of what the miami dolphins should be like. we have lost the people like dan merino and the people that were part of the community that were role models. it's what folks expect. they expect more in a community. steve ross needs to stop asking me to pay for his roof on the stadium. stop going after the legislatures who did not vote for it and start getting control of his football team, which is obvious to the entire country, he is not in control of. >> you know, it's hard, guys, for people to understand especially in a rough and tumble sport that you can have this big guy and they think the way to deal with it is become a bully himself. he was standing up for himself. he went to the right people. he said listen, i'm having trouble then he left th
. steve, the weather changing any? >> yes, it is. mondays high today 58 to 64 but that is not the bigger story. it will be the cloud cover finally working its way in here. pretty decent system right there. its tapped in moisture right there near hawaii. today we start off with patchy fog but very, very cool readings. 39 for napa. now a lot of 40s. livermore looking at 44 degrees. we will go for 63. 62 by 2:00. it will be cloudy. it cloud up here early in the afternoon. temperatures will definitely start total. san francisco not much different. 58 for a high today. it will start off with a little bit of sun but then it will get cloudy. increasing clouds. a little bit of patchy fog. generally some sun in the morning and clouds in the afternoon. rain by late this afternoon and leavening. rain to the north. highs today 50s and 60s and getting cloudy. here is sal. >>> steve, we are looking at the commute and for the most port it is nice. we do have that one major problem. let's start off with the toll plaza first. the traffic will be looking okay if you are driving approaching the toll plaza.
light rain out there, sal of course watching the roads for you, but first let's start with steve pallson, what do you see? >> i see a little bit of rain towards santa rosa and the russian river. otherwise it's cloudy. most locations say cloudy, a little bit of rain, some of it not showing up on the radar. it's below the radar beam and we'll continue to see just -- forestville has picked up 15/100 and santa rosa a tenth in 24 hours. it's a little bit. there is good rain to the north. it's definitely up towards the northern part of the state and there's a good stream of moisture taking aim at us today. a lot of that has to work its way in. favor the north bay maybe for the morning even though that's not much. you can see this cloud cover streaming in. later on for the morning commute, most people will not get rain on them. 50s on the temps and i don't expect those to change at all. there's plenty of moisture moving in. i wish there was a little more forcing or lift in the atmosphere, that would help, but north, yes, you get some rain. otherwise south bay may have to wait a long, long time.
with steve kornacki, the infamous steve kornacki. julianna goldman, "washington post" columnist jonathan capehart and joining us from washington, d.c., john stanton. john, let me go to you first since you're in d.c. right now the senate is holding a vote or about to hold a vote on the toomey amendment which will broaden carveouts to corporations who might not feel okay with lgtb employees and just not want to abide by this nonstrip nation act. what do you see for the future of this bill? does it stand any hope in the house. >> the hope amongert spokers of the bill is that by including these kind of exemptions they can bring enough republicans in the senate they can have a big vogt vote and bring parish to the speaker. unequivocal speaker has said will not support the bill, encourage lawsuits, move it further to the right to placate him. it will be difficult for supporters of the bill to get republicans to go for it at this point. >> steve, what john said the speaker thinks it's going to increase frivolous legislation. they have done studies where there are discrimination in place and onl
, everybody. i'm david asman. welcome to "forbes on fox." go in focus with steve forbes, rich karlgaard, sabrina schaefer, john tandy and bruce jackson. welcome, bruce. thank you for coming on. steve, were the protesters right? >> absolutely right in terms of choice. government gives you very little choice. we are ending up as a people paying more for less. no reason a 60-year-old man should pay for maternity benefits. so the whole thing is collapsing. both in cost in terms of joyce and in terms of the roll-out. against the whole grain of american individualism and free markets that is turning caris city to abundance. this has gone the opposite direction of the soviet union. berlin wall fell in 1989 the last i checked. >> bruce, going back to listen to the protesters before obamacare was rolled out, you realize how right some of their concerns were, don't you? >> well, certainly there are people who are, whose costs will go up but it is because they get a better plan, they get essentially health benefits they haven't had before. for most part they will get more choices. we have to remem
for steve, he found quickly he had been kept in the dark of what was otherwise an open secret. here is a thing about a place like kansas things can hide in these wide open spaces. hopes, lies, secrets. the sky is like a huge lid trapping everything inside my name is steve, and i was born in kansas. i whats a i documente a adoptedy jane who raised me on this farm along with their six daughters and two sons. i grew up leaving thing believing things in my family were a certain way. but when you turned 18 i found out everything i thought i knew was a lie. ♪ testing. >> all right this is for real. >> tell us what you want to know? >> did you ever think that -- do you know do you have any regrets? >> no. >> do you think you handled everything the way you wanted to handle it? >> i would have liked to have done more for him. how do you feel? yeah how do you feel about us. >> i sort of block it out of my head. >> i think i was angry because i felt like i was left out. no, you weren't. >> you don't know what it's like to be adopted. >> no. >> so i do. and the sense of oh well i appreciate
on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. >>> steve, should they take an umbrella? >> well, for a few, especially out towards -- maybe livermore to san jose. fremont. but after that, things are going to be winding down here pretty fast. not before some great rainfall from the north together south. coast all the way over. concord 1.7 0. livermore, 1.58. all associated with a very vigorous low sending one final band boy. is it moving fast and the wind is cranking up, especially in some of the higher elevations. some of things to come. could be a little bit of rain. a little blip there. there's a couple of around oakland, pede mawbt. had a good band going through from oakley, brentwood, antioch, to pleasant hill and livermore. it's starting to end to the north. around the altamont pass things are enhancing towards claudine wong. over towards fremont, sunol grade, milpitas, san jose. still getting a little bit of rain. temperatures are cooler. 49 now santa rosa. but the low is rapidly moving south. as it does, high pressure builds in. the wind will kick in. tomorrow we are talk
million americans. we have live team coverage. >> steve secentanni is one of t many airports. >> good morning heather and ainsley. this storm system is widespread. we have seen the heaviest situations in the northeast. anywhere from florida up to maine you are seeing some form of precipitation associated with the storm. pretty incredible how massive it is. the rain really coming down new york city, emergennew jersey do washington, d.c. and up across parts of new england. we have areas of snow that have been coming down on the back end of it western pennsylvania, up state new york, several inches have already piled up through out the overnight hours. we are expecting more snow. you can see the snow coming down across parts of eastern kentucky, west virginia and also parts of eastern tennessee. right between the rain and the snow freezing rain p. it will be coating the road ways and causing dangerous travel conditions. if you are heading to work or headed out of down it will be picking up. winds gusting 40 miles per hour, 47 miles an hour at jfk, 30's and 40's across the a atlantic city
at the reflection from the streetlamp and the little bit of rain coming down. we'll be checking with steve to see, you know, where the rain's heading, if it's going to be hitting bait area today or not. good morning, welcome to ktvu morning news. i'm tori campbell in for pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. topping our news at 6:00, our long dry spell, at least in some areas may be coming to an end. rain is finally in the bay area forecast, just not as much as we expected. we do have live team coverage for you this morning, ktvu's alex savidge standing by live in sonoma county. sal, of course is watching the roads. but first let's check in with steve paulson with the forecast. >>> all right. thank you very much. very little rain up in the north bay and everywhere else it's just cloudy. now this afternoon things look better, maybe after noon or so this system might drop a little south. ukiah picked up a quarter of an inch of rain. 18/100 and 21 in forestville, 15, santa rosa 10. haven't had any reports from a couple other russian rivers. a little bit of rain trying to work its way in. there's not much to
clouds, kind much much in the 60s for many locations and here is sal. >> steve, good morning, we are looking at a nice looking commute and this weekend it is going to be a little bit different as we get closer to the thanksgiving holiday sometimes things will be lighter and sometimes things will be super heavy if you are driving on 101, that looks good approaching the 880 split and that looks good if you are driving, let go back to the desk. >> a woman is in critical condition after jumping from the third deck at the oakland coliseum. here is more about the good samaritan who got hurt trying to save her life, tara? >> reporter: he is from stockton and he tried to catch the woman as she was falling and he is now being hailed as a hero. we have some video of the evidence fighting through traffic, it is football fans unaware of the tragedy as they left. she left from an upper deck area about above the south end zone covered by a tarp. he lunged to grab the falling woman, she plunged 50 feet to the pavement as fans begged her to stop. >> i yelled at her, don't do it, please don't do
to work for them. >> yup. i was chief technology officer there. i worked very closely with bill and steve and others. and it will always have a part of my heart. and it's still an incredibly strong, strong company. it was some great internal values. but i think it's lost its way in a few dimensions. >> rose: well, you should know why. >> it's hard to know why. i think it's a better try say how. one is there's so many different agendas it's working on. >> rose: nathan myhrvold for the hour. next. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: nathan myhrvold is here. he is the c.e.o. and co-founder of intellectual ventures. for many years he was the chief technology officer at microsoft. he was known as one of the most visionary technology and business leaders anywhere. he is also a culinary pioneer. his newest project is "modernist cuisine" in which he explores the science of cooking. he recently published his third book on the subject. it is called "the photography of modernist cuisine!" it's a visual window into his experime
steve gyro -- steve tyrell. the songs of sicon. he will perform two of the most endearing. glad you have joined us, conversation from steve tyrell coming up right now. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: grammy winner steve tyrell is introduction to popular moves -- popular music started at age 19. burts already working with bacharach. he went on to work with bonnie raitt before striking out as a performer in his own right. his latest cd is called "it's magic, the songs of semicon. kohn."ammy a little sneak review you did to this before the record even drive. >> last year. it was this semi-con -- it was the sammy kohn centennial. he was a great writer. nominatedll, he was 27 times for the academy awards, which is unbelievable. people wouldthat ask him what comes first, the music or the lyrics? he would say the phone call. [laughter] that is where he got his inspiration. five golden globes, just an amazing lyricist. year.xtending that this i am about to start my ninth year at the cafÉ carlyle. last year, i did sammy's theme all year. willl
on the rollout of obamacare. steve, let's start with you. we want to put up the letter that you received from blue cross-blue shield of illinois canceling your current policy. you were paying $877 a month for your family of four with a $3,500 deductible. the new plan they offered under obamacare is $525 a month but with a $12,700 deductible. steve, as a small businessman who doesn't qualify for a subsidy what is your reaction to what's happened to you? >> good morning, chris. i want to say a little bit about that. the $500 policy that you're looking at actually is a shortened network than what i had before. it is not the same network i can use. if i was to pair up the networks and have a policy that was comparable to mine there is none. my out-of-pocket for my family is $3,500. everything else is paid at 100%. the closest thing i could find that's comparable as they say was $12,000 out of pocket. there is a huge difference in there. i looked to all the different plans. either you pay 60% more in premium and have more out of pockets. there is absolutely nothing even close to my plan that i'm g
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